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Michael Vartan Is Haunted by Rogue Crocodile

October 31, 2005 04:35:27 GMT

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The crocodile is a rogue one. It haunts Michael Vartan and Radha Mitchell. See how the two of them facing the fear in the upcoming "Rogue," which Greg McLean will produce, direct and wrote.

As apparent from its title, "Rogue" is a horror thriller film tells about an American journalist on assignment in the Australian outback encounters a man-eating crocodile. It is said that pre-production will take place in Port Melbourne.

Walt Becker Tame the Wild Hogs

October 31, 2005 04:19:35 GMT

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Walt Becker is about to tame the "Wild Hogs." Let's see can he do that perfectly.

"Wild Hogs," a comedy of Touchstone Pictures, is being produced by Tollin/Robbins Productions with Brad Copeland wrote the script.

A Nice Holiday with Jack Black

October 31, 2005 04:06:19 GMT

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It's glad to hear that Jack Black will head for a "Holiday" with Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet. The romantic comedy, written and directed by Nancy Meyers for Columbia Pictures, focuses on a friendship that crops up between an American woman and a British woman, both of whom have been recently dumped.

Black will play a film composer who becomes friendly with Winslet's character after she settles temporarily in L.A. Elsewhere, Meyers is still busy finding a British actor to play the love interest for Diaz's character.

Michael Caine's Children & Prestige

October 31, 2005 03:48:45 GMT

Actor Michael Caine has two more movie projects to complete. The first is sci-fi, drama, adventure "The Children of Men." The flick is set in a near future where mankind has lost the ability to procreate, the world is rocked by the news that the youngest person on earth -- who is 18 years old -- has died. As chaos erupts, a former radical is engaged to be the protector of the most sought after person on the planet -- the last remaining pregnant female.

In "The Children of Men" Caine will play alongside Clive Owen, Julianne Moore and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Whereas, the second one is Disney and Warner Bros.'s "The Prestige," for which he will team up with director Christopher Nolan. In this action drama film Caine will join Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale, who both will play rival magicians in turn-of-the-century London who battle each other for trade secrets. The rivalry is so intense that it turns them into murderers. The title refers to the residue left after a magician's successful trick.

Warner & Cherry Catch the Man

October 31, 2005 03:35:01 GMT

The 'Man' falls to the right hands so we do not need to worry about it. Warner Independent Pictures and Cherry Road Films have optioned the rights to Walter Tevis' 1963 novel "The Man Who Fell to Earth," as well as the remake rights to Nicolas Roeg's 1977 British film starring David Bowie, of the same name.

The two studios then plan to make the remake of the movie, tentatively titled "The Man Who Fell to Earth" with screenwriter Oren Moverman set to adapt. The story is about an alien who comes to Earth disguised as a businessman to procure water for his parched planet. Along the way, he becomes the head of a powerful international conglomerate and discovers just how greedy mankind is, falling into a metaphysical crisis.

Get Rich or Die Tryin' Posters Taken Down

October 29, 2005 04:38:56 GMT

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Though 50 Cent claims protest centers on his upcoming movie posters is helping promote the film "Get Rich or Die Tryin,'" still the movie company has their own policy. Concerning controversy over billboards for the film, which community leaders claim glorify violence, Paramount Pictures has taken down posters displayed near some grade schools on Thursday.

The posters were removed soon after Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich sent a letter to Paramount, complaining that they promoted gun violence. Well, this maybe a good learning for both movie stars and studio that they next time would display a better and more educative project.

Harry Potter Lost His Flying Car

October 29, 2005 04:25:49 GMT

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Bad news. Harry Potter lost his flying car. The Ford Anglia used in the Harry Potter films was reported stolen from South West Film Studios in St. Agnes, Cornwall, police said Friday.

Moreover, police explained that the blue car wasn't believed to be in driving condition, so the thieves would have needed to tow the car or put it on a trailer. It is believed that the car was stolen on Wednesday or Thursday.

Danny Glover Joining Dreamgirls

October 29, 2005 03:23:36 GMT

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"Dreamgirls" is on everybody's mind. It isn't surprising coz they're so charming. The musical drama feature becoming even more interesting as it is supported by notable artists, like Beyonce Knowles, Jamie Foxx, and Eddie Murphy. Besides them, there is also one more additional cast. It's Danny Glover.

In the movie, Beyonce is set to play Deena Jones, one of the Dreamettes, while Foxx has been cast as Svengali-like manager Curtis Taylor Jr. Glover, in addition, will play Murphy's manager, Marty Madison, whereas Murphy is about to play womanizing R&B star James "Thunder" Early.

The Final Destination Is Close Already

October 29, 2005 03:06:01 GMT

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It's been six years after the original "Final Destination" film that the "Final Destination 3" is close already. The drama horror thriller movie will soon on board and people can enjoy it on the theaters.

The James Wong direction stars the likes of Ryan Merriman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kris Lemche and Alex Johnson. The story centers around a high school senior who has a premonition of a fatal roller coaster accident involving herself and all her friends. When the premonition proves true, those who have "cheated death" and survived the accident are forced to deal with the repercussions of escaping their fate.

It's All About Jack

October 29, 2005 02:55:00 GMT

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It's Jack. It's all about him. You know Jack, don't you? "You Don't Know Jack" is a drama which story delves into the life of Dr. Jack Kevorkian, a proponent of physician-assisted suicide and one of the most controversial American figures of the 20th century.

Will adapt the biography for the big screen is Barbara Turner, while The Hollywood Reporter Barbara Kopple is on board to direct. Watch the movie then you'll find out all about Jack.

The Man on the Ledge

October 29, 2005 02:46:18 GMT

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Yari Film Group catches the Man. It's the "Man on a Ledge" which is going to be directed by D.J. Caruso.

Written by Pablo Fenjves and Patrick Kelly, "Man on a Ledge" centers on a recently released ex-con who plans a diamond heist across the street from a hotel ledge off which he's threatening to jump.

The Otter Named Ollie

October 28, 2005 08:57:18 GMT

His name is Ollie. He is a circus sea otter who tires of doing the same old stunts at the behest of his demanding father. Ollie leaves his family and the aquatic circus behind to find himself. He eventually realizes that his father isn't so bad after all. So? So what?!

Wanna know how Ollie gets through the things, see his action in the 20th Century Fox animation adventure "Ollie the Otter," which is based on the children's book by Kelly Alan Williamson and will be directed by Ralph Zondag.

Piranha Remake On Board

October 28, 2005 08:45:17 GMT

The report on the industry is that French film company Wild Bunch is busy preparing the remake of "Piranha," a horror comedy flick written by Chuck Russell. The film is being produced by Chiller Films and shot in the U.S. in March or April.

The story of "Piranha" centers on a particularly nasty prehistoric strain of the flesh-eating fish that is unleashed in Arizona's Lake Havasu just as college kids come to party there. Cast to star in have yet confirmed.

The 'Clock' Makes Noise

October 28, 2005 08:27:24 GMT

News reported that new production and financing company the Mayhem Project has inked two major deals concerning two different projects. The first one is that of screenwriter Todd Farrmer, who has agreed to adapt Capcom video game "Clock Tower 3." The last deal is the one the firm made with Ronnie Christensen for his original supernatural thriller "Sanctuary."

"Clock Tower 3" is a horror thriller mystery centers on a young British schoolgirl who receives a letter from her mother, asking her to go into hiding until her birthday. After receiving an unsettling phone call, the girl returns home to London to discover her mother has gone missing, and when she pursues a mysterious stranger, she finds herself being hurtled through time. While as of the latter film "Sanctuary," the plot remains undisclosed.

Marti Noxon Spells the Curse

October 28, 2005 07:51:08 GMT

It sounds that she says something. What does she say? Oh, she's spelling "The Curse." But don't worry, it isn't the real curse coz Marti Noxon isn't a witch, she's a writer instead. And as of "The Curse," it's only the title of her next project, which is more or less a horror fantasy flick.

It is said that Noxon tells SCI FI Wire that she's rewriting the script idea of the film, which is sparked by director Sam Raimi and his brother Ivan Raimi. Still according to Noxon, "The Curse" includes doctors, monsters, mental patients and a witch.
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